What's new in Dynamics 365
Dynamics 365 Licensing Update
Effective October 2019, Dynamics 365 will be moving from multi-application, one-size-fits-all Customer Engagement (CE), Unified Operations (UO), and Dynamics 365 Plans to focus our efforts on the licensing of individual applications. Learn more here.
Wondering about upcoming and recently released capabilities in any of our business apps or platform?
View the release plans. We've captured all the details, end to end, top to bottom, which you can use for planning.
The Dynamics 365 cloud applications follow different release schedules. This page points you to topics and sites that can help you learn about the new features in the latest versions.
You can also watch the Dynamics 365 blog for announcements of new capabilities.
Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement includes Sales, Customer Service, Marketing, Field Service, Project Service Automation applications, and related services.
The following topics provide shared What's new content for these applications, as well as feature-specific information on the roadmap.
The What's new content for Business Central is provided through the Dynamics 365 release plan. For more information, see What's New in Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Finance and OperationsThe What's new content for Finance and Operations is available through the Dynamics 365 release plan, but is also provided as a single topic per release.
The What's new content for Retail is provided through the Dynamics 365 release plan. For more information, see What's new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Retail.
The What's new content for Talent is provided through the Dynamics 365 release plan. For more information, see What's new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Talent.